With Square Invoices, you can create and send invoices directly from your mobile device, as well as track the status of invoices. There are many benefits that come with mobile invoicing.Customers can pay securely online with a credit or debit card, and you can record the transaction even if they pay with cash or a check. Invoices are always free to send — pay only 2.9% + 30¢ for each invoice paid online. You can access this free invoice app by selecting Invoices in the the main menu of your Square Point of Sale app. More than $3 billion have been paid to small businesses with Square Invoices.
Zoho makes lots of great business apps, and Zoho One offers business users access to all 40 of them for one flat rate ($30 per user per month). While this cost may seem high for an app bundle, Zoho's products are packed with functionality and just as easy to use on a laptop or desktop as they are on a mobile device. While it's impossible to cover every task Zoho One can handle, the outstanding tools are CRM, reporting, a sales mail client, social media management, helpdesk ticketing, web conferencing, project management, presentation tools, inventory management, payroll and more.

If you are a small business looking for office space, Nomad is a free app that allows you to find the right space at the right location.  Nomad offers tools that provide a way to search for desk space, startup office space, meeting rooms and more, using searches with specific criteria.  You can also locate the right space that fits your budget as well.

The intuitive and user-friendly project management app can manage your big and small projects efficiently, manage workflows, and make sure everybody is working on what they are supposed to be working on. You can allocate work, add multiple timers, collaborate better, organize tasks, add recurring tasks, @mention people, keep track of work done, make announcements, store important information and so on.
Nearly five years after the launch of Google Apps, on April 26, 2011, Google announced that organizations with more than 10 users were no longer eligible for the free edition of Google Apps. They would have to sign up for the paid version, now known as Google Apps for Business. A flexible billing plan was also introduced, giving customers the option of paying $5 per user per month with no contractual commitment.[16]
Shopventory is an easy-to-use and advanced inventory management system for small- to medium-size businesses. You can see profit margins, compare multiple locations, and spot sales trends. For example, Shopventory can identify the items that aren’t selling well, so you know what you should discount — and not restock. It can also help you pinpoint when or where theft might be happening. Shopventroy integrates with Square and users love that the app helps them stay up to speed, even when they’re not in the office.

Bitrix24 manuals are available at training.bitrix24.com. We also have a great YouTube channel that covers every aspect of Bitrix24 apps, from sales to planning to communications to document management. To download self hosted editions of Bitrix24 that can be installed on your own server and come with open source code access, please visit Bitrix24 Self Hosted page.
But think about it. If a person hears about your app in the middle of the night and wants to get information ASAP, all they have to do is turn on their device and download your app. Later, when a thought pops into their head that they should buy your product, they can do it immediately, without having to wait for regular business hours when normal human beings are awake.
As the name implies, onshore app development companies are located in the same country as you. If you are located in the United States, an onshore team will cost the most of the three options. However, onshore teams have the advantage of similar time zones, culture, language, and more. For those feeling very confused or overwhelmed by the app development process, an onshore partner may be the best option. Though they cost more, communication is often easier, helping relieve your stress and confusion.
Working with remote employees, freelancers, or third party vendors? Don't fuss with mailing or faxing contracts back and forth. With DocuSign, you can easily collect signatures and other sensitive information in an easy, secure way. It even integrates with other popular business apps and platforms, including Salesforce  (CRM - Get Report) and Google (GOOG - Get Report) .
While this article contains a great list of applications, many of which I do use, it contains factual errors that make me question the accuracy of the content. Applications like Daylite Touch are not free. For that particular one, it is free to download, but the cost is $49.99 per device per year, plus the cost of Daylite and Daylite Server on your Mac in order to use your own data. The free version just allows you to test sample data to preview the application.
From February 10, 2006, Google started testing "Gmail for Your Domain" at San Jose City College, hosting Gmail accounts with SJCC domain addresses and admin tools for account management.[5] On August 28, 2006, Google launched Google Apps for Your Domain, a set of apps for organizations. Available for free as a beta service, it included Gmail, Google Talk, Google Calendar, and the Google Page Creator, which was later replaced with Google Sites. Dave Girouard, then Google's vice president and general manager for enterprise, outlined its benefits for business customers: "Organizations can let Google be the experts in delivering high quality email, messaging, and other web-based services while they focus on the needs of their users and their day-to-day business".[1] Google announced an edition for schools, then known as Google Apps for Education, on October 10, 2006.[6]
However, writing for The New York Times, Quentin Hardy said that "the sour grapes version is that Google Plus isn’t getting anything like the buzz or traffic of Facebook, so Google is figuring out other ways to make the service relevant". However, Hardy did note that the integration between Google+ and other, more popular Google services, including Hangouts, meant "it’s still early on, but it’s easy to see how this could be an efficient way to bring workers to a virtual meeting, collaborate during it and embed in a calendar the future work commitments and follow-up that result".[103]
This one will be tricky for some small business owners to answer, but don’t be quick to answer with a no. Even if you’re just selling stuff, you can create a mobile app that combines fun and social elements with rewards and discounts. Give this some creative thought before you dismiss the idea of a mobile app. And if you’re unsure, keep reading. Inspiration may strike before you reach the end of this post.
Google Docs, Google Sheets and Google Slides are respectively a word processor, a spreadsheet and a presentation program. The three programs originate from company acquisitions in 2006,[38][39][40] and are today integrated into Google Drive. They all serve as collaborative software that allow users to view and edit documents, spreadsheets and presentations together in real-time through a web browser or mobile device. Changes are saved automatically, with a revision history keeping track of changes. There is also the capability to set user permission levels to designate who can view, comment or edit the document as well as permissions to download the specific document. Google Forms, meanwhile, is a tool that allows collecting information from users via a personalized survey or quiz. The information is then collected and automatically connected to a spreadsheet. The spreadsheet is populated with the survey and quiz responses.[41]
Introduced in July 2017, "Hire" is a job applications and management tool developed by Google to be used in combination with G Suite. The tool lets employers track job candidates' contact information, as well as résumés, calendar invitations, and allows for business partners to share feedback on candidates. Job applicants can choose what information to share with potential employers. The tool is designed for businesses based in the United States with fewer than 1,000 employees,[75] and integrates with Google services, such as Gmail for sending messages, Google Calendar for tracking schedules, Google Sheets for overview of all candidates, and Google Hangouts for initial conversations.[76] Google introduced Work Insights in September 2018 for administrators to see how departments are using Google products.[77]

This all-in-one accounting software platform is a one-stop-shop for everything finance. The beauty of Wave is that it expertly combines all of the great features of Expensify and InDinero, but has a robust free plan that is perfect for freelancers and small businesses that are just getting off the ground. Wave offers sales tracking, invoicing, mobile receipt tracking, employee payment, account reporting, and more. You can even pay for pro bookkeeping services if needed. 

Dropbox keeps all your business files (like documents and images) safe, synced, and easy to share. It’s an excellent organizational and collaborative tool for teams. It only downloads files when you need to access them, so it won’t eat up all your storage. More than 500 million businesses use Dropbox to store and share files for their business. This includes the more than 150,000 businesses, like Pinterest, Intuit, and Hyatt Hotels, that use their paid service.
Why do I need it? In the modern business world an organised social media strategy is crucial to online success. This is where HootSuite can help – it's the most popular social media management app worldwide allowing you to share and schedule posts on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn. The AutoSchedule feature saves time by spreading content over a number of days, while the analytics tools help you track the success of your social media strategy.
The online version of MS Word lets you work in a similar fashion, it has to be said — but it feels just a little bit more ‘fussy’ and in my experience takes a bit longer to load. But it is unquestionably much better — as you might expect — for editing MS Office documents and saving them intact and without formatting problems (as discussed above, although you can save to MS Office format using G Suite, you can often end up with formatting issues). 

Google+ is used to let team members "engage and communicate" at "a deeper level", with a stream featuring posts, comments and Communities based on common goals. It "makes it easy for anyone to discuss and share ideas, no matter their team, level or location". It features Collections that make it easy to group posts by topic, in order for users to "show what they know and follow what matters most".[58]
From February 10, 2006, Google started testing "Gmail for Your Domain" at San Jose City College, hosting Gmail accounts with SJCC domain addresses and admin tools for account management.[5] On August 28, 2006, Google launched Google Apps for Your Domain, a set of apps for organizations. Available for free as a beta service, it included Gmail, Google Talk, Google Calendar, and the Google Page Creator, which was later replaced with Google Sites. Dave Girouard, then Google's vice president and general manager for enterprise, outlined its benefits for business customers: "Organizations can let Google be the experts in delivering high quality email, messaging, and other web-based services while they focus on the needs of their users and their day-to-day business".[1] Google announced an edition for schools, then known as Google Apps for Education, on October 10, 2006.[6]

3.       Act as a marketing tool – More than just an application, a mobile app can double as a valuable marketing tool. How? It can be easily integrated with Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare and other social media sites. That means, with a single tap, customers can share with their network your app and or their experience with your company, which can then offer you free publicity. Plus, using push notification, you can quickly send upcoming promotions or special events to your customers and prospects.


Google Drive keeps you and your team's files in one safe and accessible location whether you are in or out of the physical office. The types of files can range from photos, designs, charts, documents, recordings, videos and much more. Google starts you with 15 GB of free storage, and you can connect with different coworkers to allow them access to your various files. Individuals can view, download, and collaborate on any file that you want, making teamwork easier than ever. The most beneficial aspect is that you can access your drive from anywhere whether it is a computer, tablet, or smartphone, making it the perfect fit for managing your business even when you are not in the actual office. Price: Free with In-App Purchase options

I have a G-suite account where I am the only user. But it does allow you to add any other Domains you happen to own. When you do this , you then get to set up MX records for each of those additional domains and Google then serves the mail. At this point you add the extra domains as part of the primary G-suite Domain Organization. I have google routed mail addresses for each one of those dot coms and Google verifies the secure layer. And yes i do Use WP MAIL SMTP plugin on each of those sites also. All of this and 30GB storage on Drive for AU$5 a month. I am about to up the ante and go the next level at $10 per month which gives me additional function but primarily the 1TB – Unlimited storage on Drive.
Running a small business usually requires delegating tasks to several talented people — think designers, copywriters, project managers, your significant other. If you don’t have the right tools to keep everyone on the same page, it’s easy to miscommunicate. The following apps will help you share files, organize ideas, and stay up-to-date on your team’s work.

Managers can use KanbanFlow to assign tasks, upload documents and file attachments, schedule due dates and visualize overall workflow. The Kanban board is divided into columns to give you an overview of your current work situation. You can also divide tasks into subtasks to track progress more easily, and filter tasks to view only the ones that are assigned to you or someone on your team.
Although you can never see as much information on a smartphone screen as you can on a desktop or laptop, Google does a good job of condensing key reports so they are visible on the small screen. The mobile apps allow you to check KPIs, monitor data in real time and build and save reports. You will need a Google account to log in. It gets 4.4 stars on Google Play and 5 stars on the App Store.
A mobile app can be a lot of different things. It can be a way to access information, to play games, to do your banking, to monitor your home, to communicate and now to interact with your local businesses. Business owners with the insight to adopt this marketing channel early display their ability to understand where their customers are and how to effectively engage with them. The move to mobile is not new, but the ability for small- and medium-size businesses to adopt a marketing channel like this is.
Keeping track of ideas and tasks can be difficult when you are on-the-go. If you are driving, or not able to text on your phone at a specific time, having an app that has dictation recording capabilities can be extremely beneficial. Voice Text can transcribe your voice into a text or email, and you can send that content into a number of social networking applications such as Facebook and Twitter. There is also a clipboard from which you can paste your text into any other application you choose. There are a various editing features, and the app supports 23 different languages and dialects. Dictating your content onto an app like Voice Text is 5 times faster than typing it all out. It has intelligent speech recognition that can automatically correct your grammar, and improve its precision over time. This can be helpful in a number of different business situations. If you think of an idea or tweet but don't have the time to draft it all up, simply record it for later. Maybe you have a long email that needs to be sent, dictating it out loud before sending it can help keep your thoughts organized, and get the job done much quicker. Price: $1.99 What B2B mobile app can you not live without? Let us know in the comments below.
Magnet is a window-management tool for the Mac that lets you arrange your opened windows into clearer configurations. It’s a ridiculously simple idea, but it can revolutionize the way you work: Rather than toggling back and forth between hidden tabs and documents, you can clearly see and compare every window at once, which makes this a must-have business app for multitaskers.
Google Docs, Google Sheets and Google Slides are respectively a word processor, a spreadsheet and a presentation program. The three programs originate from company acquisitions in 2006,[38][39][40] and are today integrated into Google Drive. They all serve as collaborative software that allow users to view and edit documents, spreadsheets and presentations together in real-time through a web browser or mobile device. Changes are saved automatically, with a revision history keeping track of changes. There is also the capability to set user permission levels to designate who can view, comment or edit the document as well as permissions to download the specific document. Google Forms, meanwhile, is a tool that allows collecting information from users via a personalized survey or quiz. The information is then collected and automatically connected to a spreadsheet. The spreadsheet is populated with the survey and quiz responses.[41]
Stream is a video service which allows people in your organization can upload, view, and share videos securely (for example recordings of classes, meetings, presentations, training sessions, or other videos that aid your team's collaboration). Microsoft Stream also makes it easy to share comments on a video, tag timecodes in comments and descriptions to refer to specific points in a video and discuss with colleagues. It also automatically transcribes video content using speech recognition software, making videos more ‘searchable’ using text queries.
Social media is still a somewhat new medium (relatively speaking) and many small businesses are just starting to test their own Facebook and Twitter accounts. This is a free way to gain exposure for your app. The competition here is steep, though, and it’s not just about your retail competitors. When users are on social media, they usually aren’t looking to make a purchase. They are there to catch up with friends, check on what’s happening in the world or post updates about what is happening in their lives. This puts your profiles in direct competition with numerous things that your audience may find more interesting (sorry).
There’s also something else you might want to consider about giving your team access to the desktop apps: habit or human nature. Most people like to work with tools they're familiar with, and, given the long history of Microsoft Office products, your team is likely to plump for the locally installed versions of the Office 365 products over the cloud-based, collaborative tools it also provides. This will possibly encourage 'local' or offline working at the expense of the more collaborative cloud approach (and working offline can throw up some security headaches too).
The mobile-first approach shifted the paradigm of website user experience. If you want to develop an interactive learning application or a social media application, using a mobile app is an option, although it rarely makes sense to build these apps without already having a mobile website in place. If you want to develop an interactive game or an AR-based app, however, a mobile app will be the best option, even without a web-based application. In some cases, you may need only a web app or mobile app and in some cases you'll want both.
This productivity app makes instant messaging work-friendly. Instead of holding unnecessary meetings or typing twice as many emails up as anyone needs to, you can just shoot a quick slack over to one of your employees—and get an answer just as fast. With a free trial and a premium version with additional features, Slack is well worth trying, especially since they claim to increase productivity by 32%.
The mobile app can include a variety of different types of loyalty programs. Each program is engineered to make your clients come back more often and spend more when they do. Rewards can be used in several other ways, including tiered levels, which give your clients the incentive to progress up your different levels, giving the ones at the top additional perks. There's also gamification where prizes can be awarded to winning clients, and the ability to reward your clients for pre-defined actions – like sharing an image or a notification -- helps push your bottom line. One popular game is the scratch-and-win feature, which works for both end users and merchants.
A mobile device has evolved from just a communication tool to a highly effective business tool over the years. As technology is advancing at lightning speed, with that people are getting more addicted to mobile phones, tablets & other smart devices. The Importance of Mobile Apps in Business has climbed the ladder to the top rapidly in past few years. Mobile devices changed the way businesses work. High speed data access & excellent user experience are the keys to the high growth. Mobile apps made it easier for users to get any business information at their fingertip and stay connected to their favourite brands. That’s why a lot of businesses are taking their presence to mobile platforms.

The leading mobile wallet app that is transforming how small businesses process credit card payments and how customers complete purchases. Using the app interface and a convenient card reader, Square provides the ultimate transaction solution that is loved by both biz owners and their clients. If your business has a physical location where you make any type of sales – from products to coffee to concert tickets – Square is going to be your best friend.
Google+ is used to let team members "engage and communicate" at "a deeper level", with a stream featuring posts, comments and Communities based on common goals. It "makes it easy for anyone to discuss and share ideas, no matter their team, level or location". It features Collections that make it easy to group posts by topic, in order for users to "show what they know and follow what matters most".[58]
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Reduce email back-and-forth (and thus improve productivity) with Slack, a real-time messaging, archiving and collaborative tool for teams. It’s especially helpful when everyone’s not in one place. Slack’s business app offers a variety of messaging options, including direct messaging, group chats and private channels that cannot be joined or viewed by others. It also allows you to drag and drop files, so you can seamlessly share information without having to switch to email. Current users love that you can divide by topics, and that it’s easy to utilise on the go.

Gone are the days when every business ran only on paper. Gone are the days when all our measly tasks had to be done by hand. Be it send in a mail or simply switching on a torch; everything was manual once upon a time. Nowadays, it’s all about mobile apps which are slowly taking over the world of mobile technology. You have a mobile app for literally everything out there. From a cam scanner app to a stock trading app, the options are endless. In this article, we shall be discussing the salient uses of mobile apps to us modern-day humans. Read on to find out more!
All plans provide you with with the desktop versions of the Microsoft Office product suite (Word, Excel, Powerpoint etc.) except for the ‘Business Essentials’ and ‘E1’ plans, which only provide the online ones. So if a key motivation behind choosing Office 365 is to avail of the desktop apps as well as the cloud features — a big advantage of using Office 365 over G Suite — make sure you avoid those particular plans.
In addition to a variety of business platforms, Box works with Android, iOS, BlackBerry, Mac and PC devices.  All you have to do is drag and drop the files you want to access while on the go so you never carry a USB storage device or waste time locating email attachments. Box is also convenient for collaboration and allows your team edit and share documents.

If you're on a budget however, and email storage is a big issue for you, you'll find that the Office 365 entry-level plans are considerably more generous when it comes to email storage, especially when you factor in the ‘unlimited archive’ functionality provided by MS Office 365 (which, whilst not quite as straightforward to work with as an inbox with unlimited storage, nonetheless ultimately gives you unlimited storage space for your emails).
Being a small business owner of several clothing boutiques for two decades, I was looking to do all of the above. I did a lot of research into how to accomplish those goals. Increasing sales and building a loyal client base were the most important in my search for a solution. It was then that I discovered that businesses with a loyalty program generally do more than 20% more in sales than businesses without one. That was it -- loyalty!
Feeling overwhelmed by social media? Getting your tweets confused with your stories? HootSuite is a terrific tool for social media management that will help you make the most of your activity on multiple channels. Use the HootSuite app to create and schedule social content, follow up on followers who engage with you and measure the success of your social marketing efforts.
But think about it. If a person hears about your app in the middle of the night and wants to get information ASAP, all they have to do is turn on their device and download your app. Later, when a thought pops into their head that they should buy your product, they can do it immediately, without having to wait for regular business hours when normal human beings are awake.
Stream is a video service which allows people in your organization can upload, view, and share videos securely (for example recordings of classes, meetings, presentations, training sessions, or other videos that aid your team's collaboration). Microsoft Stream also makes it easy to share comments on a video, tag timecodes in comments and descriptions to refer to specific points in a video and discuss with colleagues. It also automatically transcribes video content using speech recognition software, making videos more ‘searchable’ using text queries.

Many small business owners rely on the service of freelancers for specific projects. Many small biz owners are freelancers themselves! Basing their venture on the services they offer others. Whether you belong to the first or the second group, the Freelancer app is a fantastic platform for hiring professionals, landing new gigs and for collaborating with others.
Why do I need it? Does your small business accept mobile and credit card payments? This free point-of-sale app allows you to facilitate tap-and-go cards and mobile payments, such as Apple Pay, and simultaneously keep track of sales and inventory. Simply install the Square Point of Sale app on your smartphone or tablet and pair it with a Square contactless and chip reader or a Square chip card reader. You can then accept credit card, debit card and mobile payments easily, with money deposited into your account within one to two business days. Visa, MasterCard and American Express are all valid, but a fee of 1.9% applies to each payment.
Need to track the time you spend doing essential tasks vs. the time you spend scrolling through your social media feeds? Then RescueTime might be the perfect app for you. This personal analytics app allows you to see weekly reports of how you spend time on the internet, mobile device, and more. It also allows you to set goals for how you spend your time so you can build better digital habits and get more work done.
In essence there is a small saving to be made at the lower end of the pricing bands by plumping for Microsoft’s ‘‘Business Essentials’ over the G Suite ‘Basic’ plan (although you will need to bear in mind that the Microsoft product requires an annual commitment); but at the ‘enterprise’ level, the Office 365 ‘E1’ plan comes in $8 higher per month than the G Suite 'Business' plan (and again, you’ll have to pay upfront for the year for the Microsoft product too).
One thing every user will check before using or while using your app- Your app reviews & other user comments. Users are motivated by other users, not by what you are telling them. Try to create a community of your users so that they can interact with each other. Listen to them & find solutions for common issues. You can ask the question- You can do it through social media also. Yes, you can, but creating an in-app community can increase you app traffic & that what you want. Which is not possible in case of a typical website.
FreshBooks is an accounting app that provides you with a way to manage and track invoices. The user-friendly interface allows you to create professional looking invoices within seconds, accept credit cards using your mobile device, and automatically bill customers with recurring invoices.  If you want to work from anywhere, FreshBooks is available as a free app for iOS and Android for accomplishing things on the go.
This is one of the most important things that a business owner must focus on.  Customers are the lifeblood of every business. Successful businesses know this and make it a priority to build loyalty and make brand ambassadors. Mobile apps are among the best ways to communicate and engage with customers. The app gives your customers the ability to interact with your business on their schedule. Push notifications have open rates that can max out in excess of 90%. Compare that to emails with open rates of 25-30%, and you can see how the mobile app will become the best way for you to connect with your customers. With a referral program, you can incentivize your customers to refer you new business and help to take you viral.
Mint.com makes it easier to tracking all of your spending habits in a single dashboard.  The Mint.com app tells you where you have been spending and how you can save money.  Mint.com also creates a customized budget based on your actual spending.  You can use the Mint app and website to track your bank, credit, loans, mortgages and retirement budgets.

Statistics show that the average American spends more than two hours a day (!) on his or her mobile device. While probably only a handful of applications make up the bulk of this total usage, it doesn’t change the fact that each user has to unlock, scroll, and scan their device for the apps they’re looking for. Being “in the way” can be an advantage to your company, as our mind unconsciously does record every image and text (or well-designed app icon!) it comes across — even if it happens unnoticed.
Talking about on-hand information, how about digitalizing that loyalty program you have in place? Instead of sticking to the old point-collection card, make it possible for your customers to collect their rewards via your mobile app. The result? More downloads and more return customers. (Check out PunchMe, a service that lets you create smartphone-based loyalty programs.)
It is always tough to decide whether your business needs a Mobile App Development or a Mobile Website Development. Both of these are completely different from each other when it comes to target audience. A mobile website is just a mobile version of your business website, where anyone can browse your business information, on the other hand a mobile app can be helpful to increase your product visibility as well as sales.
HubSpot is not only one of the best marketing automation tools on the market, it also provides users with robust iOS and Android apps that allow you to manage contacts between your marketing, sales, and service teams...all while on the go. You'll be able to monitor leads as they move through the funnel, communicate with partners on other teams, and evaluate campaign metrics to determine if wholesale changes need to be made.
QuickBooks connects to thousands of accounts — including your business bank account, credit cards, PayPal and Square — and uploads data from these sources seamlessly. It also simplifies doing your business taxes, as it tracks expenses and lets you upload photos of receipts from your phone. With QuickBooks Online, you can access QuickBooks on your iPhone, iPad, Android phone or Android tablet.
Why do I need it? Tired of multiple, back-and-forth email chains with your staff? Slack can save time and increase productivity with real-time communication and collaboration for you and your team. There are several options available to provide easy and efficient communication including direct messages, private channels and group chats. The search function helps you find specific information easily and a drag-and-drop feature allows for file sharing.

Signing contracts with vendors, clients, and employees is an everyday part of being a B2B business owner. If you're on the go, this can be a tough ask - even if you can find a place to take a seat and write out your signature, who's to say that you won't get bumped or hit and have to awkwardly present a signature that looks a bit…off. Enter DocuSign. This handy app takes any scanned document and allows you to easily apply your signature digitally to contracts, receipts, and other sensitive content right from your smartphone. Not only does it solve any signature issues, it also lets you seamlessly send your newly signed contracts right back to your office - meaning that you can make it to a sales meeting while someone on your team makes sure the contract is good to go so that you don't have to take time out of your busy day. Price: Free
Expensify is one of the best expense-tracking apps out there for small-business owners looking for a basic tool. One of its most praised features is its ability to extract line items from pictures of receipts and produce expense reports. While it can perform many functions, it is best suited to businesses with one or multiple employees that travel frequently. It isn't as robust as other accounting apps on the market, but Expensify's simplicity is its strength.
QuickBooks connects to thousands of accounts — including your business bank account, credit cards, PayPal and Square — and uploads data from these sources seamlessly. It also simplifies doing your business taxes, as it tracks expenses and lets you upload photos of receipts from your phone. With QuickBooks Online, you can access QuickBooks on your iPhone, iPad, Android phone or Android tablet.

Hope now you understood the importance of mobile apps in business. So, how are you planning to start? You have two options. Either you build it by yourself by hiring experts or you can outsource it to specialists who has already build market leading mobile applications. Either way, you plan, a mobile app is going to be a standard component of any business in the future. The mobile strategy you make today is going to decide your future credibility.
This all-in-one accounting software platform is a one-stop-shop for everything finance. The beauty of Wave is that it expertly combines all of the great features of Expensify and InDinero, but has a robust free plan that is perfect for freelancers and small businesses that are just getting off the ground. Wave offers sales tracking, invoicing, mobile receipt tracking, employee payment, account reporting, and more. You can even pay for pro bookkeeping services if needed.
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